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“…the former top diplomat unveiled a plaque to family members who died in the Holocaust at the Terezín Columbarium.”
Click here to read story by Daniela Lazarová radio.cz 6/12/15
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Covered by black residue for decades and forgotten on a shelf in a courthouse subbasement, the plaque honoring a Kansas Marine killed in ferocious fighting in World War I shined Tuesday when it was rededicated.
“HINGHAM (CBS) – Crisp American flags mark the graves of veterans buried at the High Street cemetery in Hingham. Each spot is also supposed to be marked by a bronze plaque featuring the veteran’s branch of service and other personal information. But just before Memorial Day, three families came here to find their loved one’s bronze markers missing.”
Click here to read story from boston.cbslocal.com 5/28/15
“They left behind an odd memorial with a mystery; a list of honored people sealed behind a bronze plaque in mountain rock. Memorials want us to know whom they honor. They want us to remember people. Exactly a century after they screwed that plaque to a rock, we’ll remember those aviators. They were not forgotten.”
Click here to read article from Mill Valley Herald 5/27/15
Members of the Madison Co. Historical Society say more people need to know about families displaced by the creation of the Shenandoah National Park.